The two-day musical event goes down March 11-12 in Miami.
The one-day event is headed to Las Vegas this May.
The dancehall legend also shared the history behind one of his biggest hits.
The Queen of Christmas considers this performance to be a "childhood dream come true."
GloRilla, Kendrick Lamar, and Beyoncé are among this year's class of historic nominees.
From Oct. 8th-Oct. 9th, the annual event was a testament to the power of art and culture.
The two-day festival features Afrobeats, R&B, dancehall, and reggae music, celebrating the beauty of African and Black culture.
The single is the latest track to get the music video treatment from the dancehall legend's album, Scorcha.
"We need our soldiers," he said of the fight for Jamaican music. "In a few years, we could get pushed out of the way."